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Post 10 prepares Memorial Day weekend events in East Providence

Post 10 prepares Memorial Day weekend events in East Providence

EAST PROVIDENCE — The traditional Memorial Day parade sponsored by the American Legion Riverside Post 10 takes place on Monday, May 26, at 10 a.m. The parade will start at the Looff Carousel at Crescent Park and will end at Post 10 located on 830 Willett Ave. The parade will take its usual route heading

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World War I Memorial is unveiled at East Providence’s Ancient Little Neck Cemetery

EAST PROVIDENCE — The city formally unveiled its long forgotten and hidden World War I Memorial plaque Sunday morning, May 18, at its new home of the Ancient Little Neck Cemetery in Riverside. Ward 4 City Councilor Chrissy Rossi, in whose district the cemetery is situated, presided over the ceremony and spoke of the process

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Howard Hughes, Riverside

Howard Hughes, of Riverside passed away peacefully Friday, March 7, 2014, at Rhode Island Hospital surrounded by his family. Born in Pawtucket he was the son of the late Doris (LaFountaine) Hughes. Howard worked in the Food Service Department at Brown University for 28 years and also at Crescent Park. He is survived by his

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Winning PowerBall ticket sold in East Providence

CRANSTON — Another $10,000 winning PowerBall ticket was sold in East Providence following the Wednesday, Feb. 26, drawing, the Rhode Island Lottery announced the following morning. The winning ticket was purchased at Total Market, 970 Willett Ave., Riverside. The $10,000 prize has yet to be claimed. It is the sixth $10,000 PowerBall ticket sold in

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Narragansett Terrace group holds meeting with pols in East Providence

EAST PROVIDENCE — The Narragansett Terrace Realty Association, a community group in the Riverside section of the city, holds its annual meeting and a gathering of local politicians Thursday night, Feb. 27, at the Riverside Library located on Bullocks Point Avenue. Those pols invited to attend include State Senator David Bates, State Representative Gregg Amore,

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